On the Hill: Under Siege

Blum, David
November 1978
New Republic;11/18/78, Vol. 179 Issue 21, p15
Focuses on the investigations of the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee against U.S. Senator Herman Talmadge regarding the misuse of office expense account fund. Information about the political career of Talmadge; Description of allegations against Talmadge; Details of the investigations carried out by the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee against Talmadge; Attitude of the staff of Talmadge during the investigations.


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